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This article is from Biomedical Optics Express, volume 3.AbstractThis paper demonstrates spatially selective sampling of the plasma membrane by the implementation of time-multiplexed holographic optical tweezers for Smart Droplet Microtools (SDMs). High speed (>1000fps) dynamical hologram generation was computed on the graphics processing unit of a standard display card and controlled by a user friendly LabView interface. Time multiplexed binary holograms were displayed in real time and... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3395485